Culturally Relevant and Safe Healthcare
This comprehensive AGPAL & QIP Education and Training Culturally Relevant and Safe Health Care package is designed to support learners to better understand their role in providing culturally relevant, safe and appropriate services. Touching on a number of protocols and frameworks, this package will assist learners in developing a deep and inspired cultural awareness that can be applied within both professional and personal contexts.
This package includes a one-day face-to-face interactive workshop, with up to 30 attendees. The AGPAL & QIP Education and Training Team will plan and coordinate the workshop, to be conducted at a date and location of your choice.
Delivered by an expert facilitator, this interactive workshop is tailored to your organisation’s requirements and includes a take home workbook for all attendees.
Through small group work and engaging group discussions, with practical examples, case studies, tools and resources provide attendees with a range of practical implementation initiatives for application within the workplace.
This package includes a series of three one-hour interactive coaching webinars, with topics including:
- Developing Cultural Competence and Challenging Unconscious Bias
- Observing Cultural Protocols and Communication Protocols, and
- Frameworks for Access and Inclusion, and Effective Engagement.
This package includes six interactive modules, with topics on:
- An Introduction to Cultural Competence
- Challenging Unconscious Bias
- Observing Cultural Protocols
- Communication Protocols
- Frameworks for Access and Inclusion, and
- Effective Engagement.
The type of learning activities we offer include the combined use of multimedia and multiple instruction techniques, e.g. face-to-face interactive workshops, webinars, interactive e-Learning, self-directed learning.
Participants who attend a face-to-face training event or complete an e-Learning module or webinar, in full and without assessment, are awarded a statement of attendance.
Participants who complete a training program in full and meet the requirements of that training (e.g. pass an assessment where required), are issued a statement of completion.
Each learner can then use the certificates for applying for CPD points from their relevant peak body organisation.
Duration of package
This package has multiple learning avenues and offers a total duration of 13.5 hours per individual learner. This is a combination of:
- Face-to-face interactive workshop: six hours for full day attendance
- Webinars: three hours total
- e-Learning modules: four and a half hours total
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